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November 09, 2017, 10:53:11 AM
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Good morning,
Want to order the SP Newton with urgency, we expect your purchase instructions.
I hope to have her news soon.


No such thing.....spondoolies had been out of business for 2 years or so....lol Smiley














 

 

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November 09, 2017, 11:45:16 AM
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Good morning,
Want to order the SP Newton with urgency, we expect your purchase instructions.
I hope to have her news soon.


No such thing.....spondoolies had been out of business for 2 years or so....lol Smiley


Indeed, but no doubt his inbox has been flooded with lots of offers to purchase these non-existent products  Smiley

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November 09, 2017, 12:30:33 PM
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Good morning,
Want to order the SP Newton with urgency, we expect your purchase instructions.
I hope to have her news soon.


No such thing.....spondoolies had been out of business for 2 years or so....lol Smiley


Indeed, but no doubt his inbox has been flooded with lots of offers to purchase these non-existent products  Smiley

True...possible non-english speakers have a heck of a time trying to sort thru scammers.....















 

 

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November 09, 2017, 01:00:22 PM
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Good morning,
Want to order the SP Newton with urgency, we expect your purchase instructions.
I hope to have her news soon.

Maybe if they return to the market you will buy the miner Smiley

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November 09, 2017, 02:39:54 PM
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RIP Spondoolies-Tech.... Now we are left with a monopoly and horrible support (Bitmain). 
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November 10, 2017, 03:47:45 PM
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RIP Spondoolies-Tech.... Now we are left with a monopoly and horrible support (Bitmain). 
Not yet a monopoly, we have Caanan and Ebit at the moment Smiley

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November 10, 2017, 04:03:18 PM
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RIP Spondoolies-Tech.... Now we are left with a monopoly and horrible support (Bitmain). 
Not yet a monopoly, we have Caanan and Ebit at the moment Smiley

Bulk at those prices, it is the same thing to me at ASIC coin prices and 12c kWh 😩














 

 

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November 10, 2017, 04:36:47 PM
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RIP Spondoolies-Tech.... Now we are left with a monopoly and horrible support (Bitmain). 
Not yet a monopoly, we have Caanan and Ebit at the moment Smiley

LOL who is using Ebit... Caanan needs a competitive unit as well.
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November 10, 2017, 04:38:21 PM
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RIP Spondoolies-Tech.... Now we are left with a monopoly and horrible support (Bitmain). 
Not yet a monopoly, we have Caanan and Ebit at the moment Smiley

LOL who is using Ebit... Caanan needs a competitive unit as well.

Caanan has a new one coming sometime.

Regardless, I think everyone agrees 741s are a whole lot more reliable than S9s.  All it takes is one S9 to blow up or melt down, or "just" require repair, and all the sudden it's not quite so efficient.

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November 12, 2017, 04:06:07 PM
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Did this company go bankrupt?
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November 12, 2017, 08:05:55 PM
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Did this company go bankrupt?
To save a lot of peoples time & effort rehashing their saga -- try Googling them for the details...
or God forbid go back in their threads here and read for yourself.

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November 12, 2017, 08:53:45 PM
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The game of making asic chips is not easy, have to be fast
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November 17, 2017, 10:49:02 AM
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fired up my dusty rusty sp20 recently after a long holiday, started up just 3 loops @ 865gh but a week of fiddling, dusting and tinkering ive got 1165gh.

its like traveling back in time.

when we hit 10k i might see if the sp30 still lives
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November 20, 2017, 03:04:06 AM
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Are you will be selling bare chips for DIY miners?
(I will also drop you email with some exact question on info@)

BTW: Good job with designs and sale!
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November 20, 2017, 10:47:51 AM
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Are you will be selling bare chips for DIY miners?
(I will also drop you email with some exact question on info@)

BTW: Good job with designs and sale!

In Ebay you have some chips from Israel

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November 20, 2017, 01:22:06 PM
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Are you will be selling bare chips for DIY miners?
(I will also drop you email with some exact question on info@)
BTW: Good job with designs and sale!
Don't you just love how some folks just post idiotic things like this?
Shows a serious lack of brains when they do not even realize that despite it being said many many times in these last few pages: for a few years now Spondoolies is gone. Out of business. Kerput.

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November 20, 2017, 01:25:51 PM
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Are you will be selling bare chips for DIY miners?
(I will also drop you email with some exact question on info@)
BTW: Good job with designs and sale!
Don't you just love how some folks just post idiotic things like this?
Shows a serious lack of brains when they do not even realize that despite it being said many many times in these last few pages: for a few years now Spondoolies is gone. Out of business. Kerput.

why get chips...just get an sp20 off ebay for 125 bucks with shipping ..sheesh















 

 

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November 20, 2017, 04:17:12 PM
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Since you guys are all bumping up this thread, and every other post is seemingly off topic, what's the latest miners? My guess is S9? How about for alts? ... @Searing, I know you mine some lite ones, you mentioned. heh.

I plan to set some on the north pole beside Santa's house.

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November 21, 2017, 07:03:18 AM
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Since you guys are all bumping up this thread, and every other post is seemingly off topic, what's the latest miners? My guess is S9? How about for alts? ... @Searing, I know you mine some lite ones, you mentioned. heh.

I plan to set some on the north pole beside Santa's house.

Well, for me at 12c kWh electric it is not flying well...Santa's house or not....for me anyway

My view is (at this time it can change at a whim) is that IF you have ASIC miners of any flavor you should just mine like hell and hold the crypto of your choice...assuming
your alt or crypto of choice ..is linked to BTC pump)

In other words, if you see the coin pumping anyway you should just hodl if that is your only reason to get equip ...less risk hodl'ing long term

IF you have to have equip (ie need the space heater aspects on the north pole and/or a lot cheaper electric then my 12c kwh ave for the year

Then I'd get a Bitmain L3+ as the least offensive asic machine out there..mine like hell and hold it all in LTC

What I'm doing with my 7,500 mh of scrypt pow and my 2 D3's and 1 300 mh baikal cube..all are on prohashing mulitpool and all payouts all in LTC

My view is if BTC is gonna stabilize at say $8k usd or over....then I have a hard time not seeing LTC be at least $100 at the low end...my view is $150 sure thing and/or

maybe $300....so I'm saving LTC on that assumption

you make the same assumption...on a bitmain L3+......and difficulty gets us in trouble...the price pump of LTC may get you out of trouble

IF BTC dumps and the LTC historical linkage remains and you are looking at a BTC and LTC dump..then LTC usually does not fall as far and you can hold

a year, till the next pump....

Myself, I'd just wait and put it in coin...and myself LTC...IF your reason to get a machine is a bet on LTC rising...skip the machine and the other lemmings

at this point in time and just get coin (or in my case LTC) ....  you can always change your mind after the 1st of the year

myself, I havde plenty of equip deductions for the IRS this year in equipment ..so my extra $$$ are going into a solo 401k and LTC to hold from IRS

same benifit as equip write off less risk

thus gonna fill the solo 401k bucket FIRST each year from now on ...then equipment seems more prudent

know guys that used the service below..you run it all you keep your keys you are the account runner....they just help setup/then maintain for a fee afterwards

anyway, its an option also

https://www.checkbookira.com/


IF the game is to fill up as much crypto in a bucket as you can...I think I'm gonna do the solo 401k first.....then dubious equip ...and if I get dubious equip I'll take out

a loan and be more modest/prudent...the days of me using crypto for anything other then elec pay on my current ROI miners may be numbered.....the way the price

of BTC and LTC keeps rising......seems the better path to fill the solo 401k bucket first (as a tax write off like equip) and then equip (with a loan) and if for some reason

I get in trouble with the bank fiat loan...I can always then cash out coin after the fact....to fix such....

no more crypto first and loan paid off next ..the price of any flavor of crypto BTC or LTC or Dash....etc as soon as I did that would explode (how my life works)

anyway, my angle


Also, I would not get any equip till next year to use as a tax write off in 2018...also if LTC pumps to 300 bucks you probably would need the equip write off more in 2018 anyway

I mean it is Nov 21st already...I'd hold off till 2018

the play I'm making and how I'm looking at everything (at this time anyway)

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edit: re-read above....can I really be OFF_TOPIC on a dead miner thread..? Interesting philosophical question..hmmmmm

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February 12, 2018, 06:57:59 AM
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Hey guys. Been looking at this long forum thread trying to find answers. I know this is kind of a dead subject of very old mining rigs, so I apologize in advance, but still hope this reaches to someone:

I recently got my hands on a couple of SP30's but they kind of have some issues with them:

The main issue I have with 2 rigs is that I power them up, everything seems fine, all fans speed up and start as they should be. Problem is, both frontal LEDS (Info and Ready leds, NOT the ones that belong to the ethernet cable) remain off and the rig doesn't seem to comunicate with my network (It doesn't show on IP list nor I can enter with any IP to the GUI). I tried to perform an sd recovery as shown in these instructions: https://steemit.com/bitcoin/@theblockhead/spondoolies-sp10-sp2x-and-sp3x-recovery-sd-card-and-boot-sd-card-creation-instructions ;but it doesn't seems to work (I have no way to tell if it even tries to boot from the SD).

The other problem is with another rig; When I plug it in, a red LED shows back in the PSU. Thing is, I tried the same PSU's in another rig and it works just fine. Tried PSU's that work in other rigs and they show the same red LED.

All rigs seem to be fine hardware-wise. (I've even changed around some of the boards, and the problems remain the same).

I feel that it could be related to:

-Some of the rigs could be bricked, and I'm not doing the correct SD recovery procedure.
-Network issues (?)
-Nasty little goblins messing around.

I dont really know if there is any way to communicate with the SP30 other than ethernet-router. I received no usb adapter or whatsoever, and I dont really know if I can connect it directly to a pc or something. Man, any help will be greatly appreciated, yet not expected as this has been a dead forum for a couple of months now.

Gotta keep digging trough all of your posts, hoping for a reply here. See ya around!         
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